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  1. Milestones: Annual Open Debates/Anniversary

    Since the adoption of Security Council Resolution 1325 in 2000, the Security Council has met every year to debate on

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  3. The Resolutions

    In response to persistent pressure from civil society, the United Nations (UN) Security Council has adopted nine&nbsp

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  4. Resolution Texts and Translations

    The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) adopted Resolution 1325 in 2000, in doing so, the Council officially manda

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  5. National/Regional Action Plans713
  6. Women, Peace and Security Financing


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  7. Critical Issues

    Through our context analysis, WILPF has identified five critical issues relevant to peace and security.

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  22. Civil Society Briefers

    Engaging civil society as briefers and across cycles of work in the Security Council provides a key opportunity for b

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  23. ARRIA Meetings

    Does the Security Council meet with women from civil society?

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  24. PeaceWomen Fellowships/Internships - 2019

    Apply for a PeaceWomen Fellowship/Internship


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  25. Country / Region profile of: France

    Women peace activists in France continue to work to move the Women, Peace and Security Agenda forward in their countr

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  26. National/Regional Action Plans99 739
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  28. Who Implements

    Who is responsible for the holistic implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda?

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  29. Why Women, Peace and Security

    Women have voice and power to be agents of change.

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  31. What Would A Feminist Security Council Agenda Look Like?

    What would a feminist Security Council agenda look like?

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  32. Engagement: Sustainable Development

    Women's Rights and Peace through the SDGs!

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  33. United Nations

    All United Nations entities must act to uphold the Women Peace and Security Agenda.

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  34. Background

    The Women, Peace and Security Agenda is relatively new on the global policy landscape, but women have always engaged

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  35. Implementation

    The Women, Peace and Security Agenda matters, because it forms the basis for plans and action from local to global ar

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  36. Monthly Action Points (MAP)

    Each month, the NGO Working Group (NGOWG) on Women, Peace and Security releases Monthly Action Points (MAP) on Women,

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  38. WILPF's Women, Peace and Security Programme

    The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)'s mission is to achieve feminist peace for equality, j

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